Saratoga Arms Hotel in Saratoga Springs, New York, USA

Hosts: Kathleen, Amy and Sheila Smith – Rates: ($USD): From $209/night – Accommodations: 31 guest rooms – Address: 497 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 USA – Telephone: (518) 584-1775 – Website

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General Information: Welcome to Saratoga Arms – an award winning Saratoga Springs, New York hotel known for its warmth and distinctive charm. We are located in the heart of our historic yet cosmopolitan city. Come enjoy the exclusivity of a private club with the friendly, knowledgeable and personalized attention only a local family-run business can offer.

Saratoga Arms is a lovingly restored 1870 Second Empire brick hotel in the heart of historic downtown Saratoga Springs. Each of our thirty-one spacious and well-appointed rooms and suites is designed for comfort and luxury. Contemporary accents and modern amenities complement the grand architecture and delicate fixtures of a bygone era. Our amenities include:

  • King or Queen rooms
  • Individually and uniquely decorated
  • All ensuite bathrooms
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Rooms with Double Whirlpools
  • Beekman 1802 amenities
  • Fine Linens
  • Plush towels and bathrobes
  • Refrigerators
  • Keurig Coffee Makers
  • Free High Speed Wi-Fi
  • Flat Screen TV with HD stations
  • 24-hour front desk staff

Reviews“Love this hotel! The proprietor is so lovely and has transformed this grand building into a beautiful designed hotel. The rooms are beautifully decorated and offer such comforting amenities.”

“Excellent service and accommodations. Breakfast and wait staff were excellent both days. Friendly staff, easy to hold conversations with. Room was clean and comfortable. Hotel was beautiful and very well restored.”

“Our room was beautiful. I would definitely recommend the Saratoga Arms to anyone. The Saratoga Arms is in a perfect location and sitting on the big porch during the rain was enjoyable.”